Crafts to Make and Sell

If you’re like one of the many artistic and crafty individuals out there who want to capitalize on their talents then now is as good a time as any to start selling your creations. You may be surprised as to how many people are willing to pay for your craft projects, especially if they’re truly unique and awe-inspiring.

The following projects are crafts to make and sell that definitely have audience appeal and a large market. They’re simple, beautiful, creative pieces that a lot of people would want to pay for in order to have in their possession.

Personalized Handwritten Mugs

Almost everyone can use a mug, especially if they’re personalized with some witty or sentimental caption that’ll make mornings a little brighter for the owner. The best part about these types of mugs is that you don’t necessarily have to be a coffee drinker to have one. You can use them for afternoon teas, midday soups, or even late night ice cream.

All it takes are some white dollar store mugs, a sharpie (preferably in black, but multi-colored is fine) and good hand writing skills. Pop it in the oven for 30 minutes at 350 degrees Fahrenheit and voila, a personalized handwritten mug.

Custom Holly Berry Door Wreath

This is a great idea for a door hanger or accent because they’re easy to make and they add color and character to any front door. It may look complicated, but the entire project only requires four materials and can be completed in less than an hour. You’ll need a wooden letter which can be purchased at any craft store, holly berries (real or fake), a burlap ribbon and a door hanger.

The letter can represent the household’s last name, an initial, or just someone’s favorite letter. The end product looks rustic yet elegant and completely customized for the buyer.

Fabric Cuff Bracelets

Who couldn’t use a colorful fabric cuff bracelet to add to their collection of beautiful accessories? These cuff bracelets are so simple to make that mass production is an absolute possibility. Plus you can produce them in a wide variety of colors, patterns and designs; just get the fabric in stores or use the scraps you’ve accumulated from other projects. The possibilities are endless and so is the demand for cute arm accessories. They’re suitable for almost every age range and they make great gifts.

Book Page Chandelier

For those who can pull off master pieces like this book page chandelier, you’d better be ready to take on a ton of orders because crafts like these are one of a kind and absolutely magnificent. Anyone would want this chandelier hanging over their dining table, study or even in their kid’s bedroom. It’s made from the pages of old, unused books which ultimately look amazing when illuminated by the light from the bulb. It’s both practical lighting and a sculptural art piece in one.

DIY Wall Art

You don’t have to be a professional artist per say in order to make amazing art projects like this DIY wall art. For this particular project, you don’t even need to know how to paint or draw. This fantastic piece is made from tightly rolled up magazine paper that’s been stuck onto a canvas which formed an abstract image. Not only is it aesthetically pleasing, but it’s also texturally intriguing. Anyone who loves art, but doesn’t have the time or the skill to create something like this will be more than happy to pay you to do it for them.

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